An Advanced Logic Programming Language, Volume 1

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Anthony Dodd, Tony Dodd
Intellect, 1990 - Computers - 392 pages
This guide consists of a number of tutorials that provide detailed, comprehensive coverage of different aspects of Prolog in general, and Prolog-2 in particular. The first two thirds of the book covers facilities that exist in most DEC-10 style implementations which will in all likelihood form a major part of the forthcoming standard definition of the language. The remaining chapters deal wth the details of Prolog-2 in different environments.

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Contents

Introduction
3
Prolog2 as a logic programming language
9
The Syntax of Prolog2
19
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